1st International Conference On Educational Studies
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Kota Tinggi Waterfall



The development of education at national and international level has sparked the idea to educators and academia to find solutions to educational issues and problems in the 21st century. Based on educational development index (EDI), countries such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia are in the category of mid-level EDI countries, while other countries such as Singapore and Brunei Darussalam are at higher stage. In other words, the quality of education remains a problem in the countries at the middle level. Therefore, this conference is an effort to expand educational access and sustainability in terms of geography and economic development, improve the quality and relevance of education, and strengthen governance and accountability of education services to accelerate the achievement of universal primary education by 2015.

"1st International Conference on Educational Studies (ICES, 2015)" is an attempt to examine the impact of culture, by applying the findings of research results within and outside the country, study the teaching and learning process to ensure quality education. It is also in line with the efforts to strengthen the quality of education in order to face globalization towards the development of human capital and territorial integrity of the nation.

Conference Objectives

  • Establishing relationships and joint research projects in the field of education.
  • Provide a platform for researchers to present and publish their latest research findings
  • To disseminate information on the latest developments educational studies.
  • To provide opportunities for researchers to share and exchange ideas, experiences and resources in research.